Peacock, who was making his second appearance, allowed one run on two hits and no walks while striking out four. He has allowed six runs over his first five innings pitched this spring.
"He went out and did some stuff today," manager Terry Francona said. "In his own words, he says he's 80 percent. That doesn't make much sense for him to play."
With two weeks left in spring training,
Wada has allowed seven runs over 5 2/3 innings pitched in three appearances (one start) in Cactus League play.
"He's still scheduled to be a starter, so we have to continue to try to stretch him out," manager Rick Renteria said.
Perez will likely be re-evaluated in the near future. He is hitting .316/.409/.553 with one home run and three RBI over 38 at-bats this spring.
"Then maybe get in a game," Locke said. "As far as I'm concerned, I'm back to normal. I hope to get back out there. Watching gets a little old."
However, Locke's status for the start of the season remains questionable.
Price has posted a 2.70 ERA through three starts. He has 15 strikeouts in 13 1/3 innings, while issuing two walks and hitting three batters.
"He looked fine," said assistant general manager Rob Antony, who watched some of Florimon's appearance on a side field at Hammond Stadium. "It still looks like he's trying to get his timing down, which is to be expected."